CHARLESTON, W.Va., April 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- City National Bank, headquartered in Charleston, announced today that Potomac Marketplace Office Manager Carrie Klug is one of the bank's City Cares community service award winners for 2011.
Klug was nominated by her peers for her involvement in several organizations, most notably the Webster Springs Youth Work Camp. As a City Cares winner, she requested that City National's $1,500 donation in her name be made to St. James Roman Catholic Church for the benefit of the Webster Springs Youth Work Camp.
"Carrie has the same type of dedication to service in our community as she has for her job," said Potomac Marketplace Branch Manager John Dempsey. "She gives unselfishly of her time and energy to help those not only in our community but throughout our state. She represents our company, her church and our community in a way that makes me proud she is an employee of City National Bank."
"There are many great community volunteers at City, and we are pleased to honor some of them through the City Cares community service awards," said Charles "Skip" Hageboeck, president and CEO. "As a company, City is committed to the communities where we work and live. Our employees live this commitment every day by donating their time and expertise. Carrie exemplifies this giving spirit."
Klug and four other City Cares winners were recognized at the bank's annual meeting held on April 27, 2011 in Charleston. City National will donate $1,500 in honor of each of the five City Cares winners.
About City National Bank
City National Bank provides diversified financial products and services to consumers and local businesses. Through its 68 banking offices in West Virginia, Eastern Kentucky and Southern Ohio, the bank provides credit, deposit and investment advisory services to its customers. City National Bank also operates CityInsurance Professionals, an insurance agency offering a full range of insurance products and services.
SOURCE City Holding Company